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2004 Ford Thunderbird T Bird Damaged Wrecked Rebuildable Salvage Low Reserve 04 on 2040-cars

US $8,900.00
Year:2004 Mileage:87037
Location:

Rancho Cordova, California, United States

Rancho Cordova, California, United States

You are bidding on a 2004 Ford Thunderbird with 87k original miles. This convertible is fully loaded with options such as: power windows, power locks, power seats, leather, heated seats, cd player, ABS, alloy  wheels, automatic transmission and much more. This Ford is damaged on the rear (please see pictures for details). This T-Bird runs and drives. This Thunderbird has a California Salvage Certificate and is sold AS-IS. It is currently not registered. The buyer will have to register it in his state of residence, which may or may not involve some extra steps compared to registering a clean title car. All California Buyer must pay 8% sales tax and will receive a Acquisition Bill Of Sale. There is a LOW BUY IT NOW PRICE set on this auction so take advantage of owning this 2004 Ford Thunderbird at a fraction of the cost!

 WE ACCEPT OFFERS AND CAN END THE LISTING EARLY FOR THE RIGHT PRICE !!

Happy bidding and Good Luck!!! For more info please call Alex at 916-813-4121

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